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29. 11. 2010


Broadcasting of TV magazines "Step by Step", prepared by A-Media in cooperation with ANEM, begins in December 2010 on 25 ANEM stations across Serbia!

For December, the first month of broadcasting, 4 out of 24 magazines of the TV series "Step by Step" have been prepared. Each contains three stories from three different places with a common general topic. All the stories show that there are those in Serbia who make their lives or the lives of people around them better, working and acting in accordance with European standards and values.

We present you the FIRST MAGAZINE:

Three stories from different cities, linked by the topic - employment, will show viewers throughout Serbia that positive change is possible in this area too, through an example of small and medium-sized companies that are growing by applying new knowledge.

In the first story from Belgrade you will see:

What made Sava Marinkovic, born and educated in the United States, to come to Serbia; how has a group of students set up their own enterprise; what was crucial to Aleksandar Cubrilo to return from Holland, where he had a great job at a prestigious company.

The second story comes from Kragujevac:

How a young English teacher Bojana Mikaric decided to quit her job at a public school to apply modern methods of teaching and why the architect Nikola Krivokuca and his colleagues decided to set up a bureau in their hometown.

The third story is from Arilje:

When the pests destroyed his raspberries, Ljubisa Milijanovic decided to embark on a new path and began to grow cultivated blueberries. Advice of experts help Ljubisa and other fruit growers in Arilje to reduce risk, increase crops and sell all their products on more and more selective markets.

TOPICS of other 3 TV Magazines for December: the second magazine brings the stories about how the application of European standards improves environmental protection in Serbia. The third magazine will deal with health prevention and the fourth with social care for the elderly.

In line with the dynamics of the broadcasting of magazines during December, a summary of stories for each of these three magazines will be available here, attached at the end of the text.

The series of TV magazines "Step by Step" will be aired for 6 months, in the period from December 2010 until May 2011, on 25 ANEM regional and local TV stations: RTV OK (Kovacica), TV Jedinstvo (Novi Pazar), RTV Caribrod (Dimitrovgrad), TV VK (Kikinda), TV Smederevo (Smederevo), TV Spektar (Sombor), RTV Kragujevac (Kragujevac), TV Prima (Bajina Basta), TV Soko (Sokobanja), TV Santos (Zrenjanin), TV Valjevo Plus (Valjevo), TV Alfa (Uzice), TV Novosadska (formerly TV Apolo, Novi Sad), TV Leskovac (Leskovac), TV Mlava (Petrovac on Mlava), TV B92 Info (Belgrade), TV Nezavisna 017 (Vranje), TV Pancevo (Pancevo), TV Timocka (Zajecar), TV YU Eco (Subotica), TV Sumadija (Arandjelovac) TV Trstenik (Trstenik), TV Krusevac (Krusevac), Niska TV (Nis), TV Cacak (Cacak).

You can watch magazines in December on the links bellow:

Magazine 01

Magazine 02

Magazine 03

Magazine 04






This series is financially supported by the European Union through the European Integration Media fund, managed by the Delegation of the EU to the Republic of Serbia and implemented by the BBC World Service Trust. Program content is solely the responsibility of A-media and it does not represent the views and stands of the European Union.

Stories of the second "Step by Step" magazine in December
Stories of the third "Step by Step" magazine in December
Stories of the fourth "Step by Step" magazine in December

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